Sirens from the Wayzata Fire and Police Departments could be heard at about 8:00 am the morning of the Wayzata Chilly Open.
Someone drove their Mercedes C-Class onto the ice covering the channel that leads from Wayzata Bay to the Wayzata Lagoon. For those of you not paying attention out there, channels that connect one body of water to another body of water are particularly susceptible to thin ice, as was proven today.
Stay tuned to Wayzata.com, your don’t drive your vehicle on the ice on Lake Minnetonka when it’s 50 degrees leader.
The Wayzata Police Department has captured a chicken at large that had been roaming the streets of Wayzata! The owner is requested to contact the Police Department at (952) 404-5340.
Several commentators posted chicken jokes in response:
WCCO is reporting that a 44 year old woman has been arrested for driving drunk with a 2 year old child in the vehicle.
The incident occurred Sunday morning, October 10, 2016 on Gleason Lake Road in Wayzata. The woman was arrested for driving while intoxicated after hitting another vehicle.
Initial reports indicate that the driver was the mother of the 2 year old child, and the incident remains under investigation by the Wayzata Police Department.
The City of Wayzata Police and Fire Departments will host a Public Safety Day Open house on October 3 from 4:30 to 6:30 pm. The event is an opportunity for the public to interact and learn about activities by the departments.
Several activities are planned during the event, including an appearance by McGruff the Crime Dog, a police K9 demo, bus and railroad safety information, and police and fire vehicles will be on display. Hot dogs and chips will also be provided. For more info visit Wayzata.org.